Kristine Jones' answer Hello, if this is an Alabama matter, then no. Not if all you are paying is Child Support and there is nothing else listed in the Order(s). You should read whatever documents the court has ordered in your case to ensure you are in compliance. Best of luck!
Rich J. Peters' answer Under Arizona law, you are freely permitted to change attorneys anytime you so desire and for any reason whatsoever. It does happen quite often.
If you choose a new attorney, that attorney need simply needs to file a notice of substitution which alerts the court and the opposing party that you have changed attorneys. Your new attorney within seek you are file from your former attorney. Upon filing a notice of substitution, you knew attorney would also have access to the courts...
Keegan Kelley Harroz's answer There are no exceptions. If you “married” a person who was still legally married to someone else your marriage is void by law. Once the person you married has been divorced for a period of 6 months your marriage will be valid (day 181 is when your marriage legally starts)
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer If you have temporary orders in place concerning this issue you have to follow them. Your question does not give facts as to whether a divorce action has been filed as of yet. Locking one's spouse out of the house can be problematic. It is best to ask the court to lay out instructions since you two can not agree on these matters.
Lydia Seifner's answer There are quite a few questions involved here. First, and foremost the quickest you can be divorced is 31 days after you've been serviced, provided you both agree to the terms. If you suspect that her paperwork will not contain all the issues you wish to address, them make sure you file a response, so the Court has more than just the information she provides from which to make it's decision. Finally, wedding rings are typically viewed as marital gifts to the other party meaning it's hers to...
Mr. James Parrish Coleman's answer If this is an Alabama matter, I will comment as follows: take the order, which was issued by a court based on your conduct, and see what it says. If it says you can't contact the child -- then you can't contact the child. Your remedy is to go back to Court and ask the Court to grant visitation of the child with you.
Doak Willis' answer District attorneys rarely if ever file charges against folks for adultery in Oklahoma. You should hire an attorney and have him/her file a petition for dissolution. Your case appears to be a simple matter and a good attorney can guide you through the process thus easing your concerns about your past acts.
Leonard Robert Grefseng's answer Unfortunately, from the way your question is worded, it appears you may not understand the legal process. When a person is "served," that usually means the sheriff's deputy has delivered the complaint ( the written request) for divorce to them. They have 30 days to respond, and the response might be a countersuit. A divorce is only "uncontested" when they sign an agreement for a divorce or the 30 day period has expired and no response is filed during that 30 days. In any case , contested or...
Leonard R. Boyer's answer You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney, with extensive domestic violence trial experience to help you and represent you in this case. Do not let geographic restrictions get in the way of retaining the best attorney. Pick the best attorney you can find and remember one rule: a good attorney is generally never cheap, and a cheap attorney is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
Stewart Whaley's answer Can't do a contingency fee in Arkansas divorces. It will be difficult securing a pro bono divorce. If the parties agree to an uncontested divorce, you may find a reasonable, fixed-fee option.
Arkansas Rule 1.5(d) (d) A lawyer shall not enter into an arrangement for, charge, or collect:
(1) any fee in a domestic relations matter, the payment or amount of which is contingent upon the securing of a divorce or upon the amount of alimony or support, or property settlement in lieu...
Answered on Feb 9, 2019
Rahlita D. Thornton's answer You should take a complete inventory of all of your assets accumulated during marriage which would include real property, retirement, pensions, 401ks, bonuses, and other property that you may have. Let us know if you'd like us to assist. 888-343-4529.
Douglas Lee Bryan's answer You can get a divorce even if you aren't sure of his current address. It's always best to attempt to locate an address for him, however. If you don't know where he is, the process takes longer and is more costly. Feel free to give me a call and I'll be happy to discuss the process and potential costs, including fees.
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